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Woman sentenced to probation for Watertown burglary


A Three Mile Bay woman was sentenced Tuesday in Jefferson County Court to five years’ probation for breaking into a Mullin Street home.

Katrine L. Meadows, 21, whose last known address was 7012 Route 12E, also was sentenced to an unspecified amount of time served at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building for a Dec. 19 guilty plea to third-degree burglary. She admitted that on Aug. 30, with Timothy W. Youngs Jr., she went into the residence of Kevin A. Kieff, 131 Mullin St., with the intent to steal something.

Mr. Youngs pleaded guilty Dec. 7 to third-degree burglary and was sentenced Jan. 14 to 3 to 7 years in state prison as a second felony offender, having been convicted of fourth-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance in County Court in 2009. Judge Kim H. Martusewicz recommended that Mr. Youngs serve his sentence in the prison system’s shock incarceration program. If deemed eligible by Department of Corrections and Community Supervision officials, he will spend six months in a military-style treatment program and then serve the balance of his sentence on parole.

Ms. Meadows and Mr. Youngs also were ordered to pay restitution, jointly and severally, of $8,753.

In other court activity Tuesday:

Bonnie L. Parody, 44, of 600 William St., Apt. D3, Dexter, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree welfare fraud and fourth-degree grand larceny. She admitted that from September 2010 to Feb. 29 she received food stamps and other benefits from the Department of Social Services while failing to report the income of other people also living in her home. She is expected to be sentenced April 17 to five years’ probation and be ordered to pay $5,226 in restitution.

Scott T. Tucker, 45, Fulton, pleaded guilty to felony driving while intoxicated. He admitted that he drove while intoxicated Dec. 16 on Interstate 81 in the town of Pamelia. The charge was a felony because he was convicted of misdemeanor DWI in 2007 in Fulton City Court. He is expected to be sentenced April 16 to five years’ probation, be fined $2,000 and be ordered to install an ignition interlock device on any vehicle he owns or operates.

Erik A. Massey, 26, Antwerp, pleaded guilty to petit larceny. He admitted that on Aug. 16 he entered an East Main Street apartment without permission and stole a television. He is expected to be sentenced April 19 to three years’ probation.

In court activity Wednesday:

John E. Demeurers Jr., 23, of 43496 Mill St., Redwood, pleaded guilty to third-degree sexual abuse. He admitted that on Aug. 1 in the town of Alexandria he had sexual contact with a 19-year-old woman who was unable to give her consent to the act because she was intoxicated. He is due to be sentenced March 29 to six years’ probation and be required to register with the state as a sex offender.

Robert M. Reczko, 24, of 17481 Route 11, Lot 42, town of Watertown, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree grand larceny as a result of one incident and third-degree attempted burglary stemming from a second incident. He admitted that on June 5 he, along with a teenager, stole an all-terrain vehicle from the lawn of the Patrick Bates residence on County Route 189 in the town of Lorraine. He also admitted that on Oct. 19, again with the teen, he tried to enter a vacant building on Route 11 in the town of Watertown with the intent to steal scrap metal. He is due to be sentenced March 26 to time served at the PSB and five years’ probation.

Samantha L. Webb, 24, no fixed address, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault. She admitted that on Oct. 4 she caused serious physical injury to Henry R. Carter by cutting his neck with a knife at the Fort Drum Studio-tels on Route 12 in the town of Watertown, where both resided. She is expected to be sentenced April 2 to time served at the PSB and five years’ probation.

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